Open & Manage your Business in Hong Kong

Open and manage a company online in Hong Kong with the assistance & expertise of our professionals

Our Services are designed to fit your business at every step

Entrepreneur visiting hong kong for company registration

Company Registration

Begin by seamless incorporation, business bank account opening & a professional office address

Tax & Accounting

Our dedicated accountant ensures smooth tax filing & proper bookkeeping for your business

Company Secretary

Maintaining statutory records to ensuring compliance, we have got it covered for you!

Business Owner Foreigner

Comprehensive Assistance for Entrepreneurs to start business in Hong Kong

Process of Establishment

Company Registration

Registered Address Company Name
Business License
Company Chops

Corporate Accounts

Corporate Bank Account
Social Insurance Account
Housing Fund Account
Tax Registration Number

Trading Certificates

Import / Export License
Food & Beverage License
Alcohol License
Medicine License

Ongoing Support

Monthly Tax & Accounting
Invoice Issuance
Financial Chop

Additional Services

Annual Tax Return
Trademark Registration
ICP Licence

Employer of Record ( Optional )

Hire staff in China while your company is regsitered
Contract Signing

Plan your Market Entry Package

We guide you to choose and customise the company registration process as per your needs and requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

You may based on your business background and the pros and cons of different types of companies to choose the most suitable form for your business.

If you are the individual director and shareholder, you may go to the Companies Registry in person or provide a certified identification document to apply for an e-account to submit for the application.

Yes. In general, the proposed name would be rejected if the proposed company name has been registered from the Registrar of Companies, the same as the incorporated or established organization, under the view of the Registrar of Companies, the name would constitute a criminal offense, offensive or otherwise contrary to the public interest or hit rules set out from the ordinance.

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